Storytelling for civil society - opportunity for Eastern Neighbourhood region

Photo: European Union
Photo: European Union

Civil society leaders, project managers, communication experts, activists and volunteers working in civil society organisations in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine have been invited to join an online storytelling course.

The course has been announced by the EU-funded Eastern Partnership Civil Society Facility (EaP CSF) for the second time. It aims to help civil society representatives better communicate their projects and engage more people by using storytelling techniques.

The course will start on 29 October and will last until 10 December. Those interested in applying are encouraged to do so by filling out an online application form located here before 13 October. 

Participants will be selected based on their experience and motivations to participate in the course.

The EaP CSF helps create synergies between the various bilateral and regional initiatives for civil society and contributes to the replication and sustainability of their results. It accompanies the EU’s financial support for activities carried out by civil society organisations, which are crucial actors in pushing forward reforms in the Eastern Partnership countries and advancing the achievement of the Eastern Partnership deliverables.

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Call for Applications